Thursday, 31 July 2014

Transatlantic MF WSPR



Conditions must have been good last night! This morning I found I'd received signals from two USA stations (WG2XKA and WE2XGR/3) but the biggest surprise was that my signals had been detected over there, by WD2XSH/17

TimestampCallMHzSNRDriftGridPwrReporterRGridkmaz
 2014-07-31 04:28  WE2XGR/3  0.475653  -28  0  FN42ch  10  GM4SLV  IP90gg  4996  41 
 2014-07-31 02:50  WE2XGR/3  0.475653  -24  0  FN42ch  10  GM4SLV  IP90gg  4996  41 
 2014-07-31 03:20  WE2XGR/3  0.475653  -21  0  FN42ch  10  GM4SLV  IP90gg  4996  41 
 2014-07-31 03:12  WE2XGR/3  0.475653  -25  0  FN42ch  10  GM4SLV  IP90gg  4996  41 
 2014-07-31 03:54  WE2XGR/3  0.475653  -30  0  FN42ch  10  GM4SLV  IP90gg  4996  41 
 2014-07-31 01:14  GM4SLV  0.475725  -26  0  IP90gg  0.2  WD2XSH/17  FN42pb  4958  279 
 2014-07-31 01:24  GM4SLV  0.475725  -30  0  IP90gg  0.2  WD2XSH/17  FN42pb  4958  279 
 2014-07-31 03:00  WG2XKA  0.475720  -26  0  FN33lq  1  GM4SLV  IP90gg  4950  42 
 2014-07-31 03:10  WG2XKA  0.475720  -24  0  FN33lq  1  GM4SLV  IP90gg  4950  42 
 2014-07-31 02:50  WG2XKA  0.475720  -25  0  FN33lq  1  GM4SLV  IP90gg  4950  42 

Two spots of my tiny WSPR signal were picked up by Dave (AA1A) using his special experimental call WD2XSH/17 in Marshfield, Massachusetts. He must have a good RX setup!

I'd already spotted John WG2XKA a few nights ago, and it's great to see more from him, and also great to see five spots from WE2XGR/3 (John, W1TAG) in Holden, Massachusetts.

A good night on MF, still in summertime.

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